Arrested Development season 5 will be split into 2 parts on Netflix

Arrested Development season 5 will be split into 2 parts on Netflix

Arrested Development season 5 will be split into 2 parts on Netflix

According to EW, Netflix will split the 16-episodes of Arrested Development's new season in half.

The Bluth family will be back on Netflix on May 29 with the premiere of Arrested Development season 5. Netflix is dropping part of the season early to make sure it's eligible for this Emmy season, with the rest of the episodes being released later. The first eight episodes will be released on May 29 but the next eight will be released later, but it's not clear if that will be in 2018 or if it'll be pushed into 2019.

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It was recently announced that the fourth season of "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt" will be its last. Unlike broadcast and cable, which release a single episode each week, Netflix typically releases all its episodes at once.

Of course, for many die-hard fans, a split season will simply lead to two shorter binges at different points in the year.

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She added to Gold Derby: "What felt different about Season 3 was that now that we have these longer episodes of 28 minutes, 32 minutes... there's so much more time that we can devote to all of the characters, to see everyone's stories get fleshed out even more".

On the next Arrested Development... A fourth season wrap seems right, and while Universal Television, which produces the series, is in talks with Netflix about a wrap-up movie, there's no sense yet whether it would air around the same time as Part 2 is released, or at a later date.

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The trailer for season 5, which comes five years after the Bluth family last graced our screens, shows a new and improved family - so improved, in fact, that they're apparently receiving the Family of the Year award (that they're giving themselves).

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